NEW FRANKLIN CITY COUNCIL

October 5, 11

 

The New Franklin City Council met at the City Hall at 7:46 P.M. for their regularly scheduled meeting.

 

1. CALL TO ORDER - Mr. Parsons

 

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

3. ROLL CALL OF COUNCIL MEMBERS

PRESENT: Mr. Adamson, Mr. Hess, Mrs. Jones, Mr. Kaderly, Mr. Kalapodis,

Mr. Parsons, Mr. Stock

 

4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

It was moved by Mr. Hess and seconded by Mr. Kaderly to approve the minutes of the September 21, 2011, New Franklin City Regular Council Meeting.

 

ROLL CALL: Adamson, Yes. Hess, Yes. Jones, Yes. Kaderly, Yes.

Kalapodis, Yes. Parsons, Yes. Stock, Abstained.

 

5. PUBLIC COMMENT

Fred Ford-Smith, 6870 Kepler Road

Frances Miller, 217 S. Messner

Gladding Miller, 445 Center Road

Jeff Park, 2 E. Randy

 

6. FIRST READINGS

6-A RESOLUTION NO.: 11-R-39 SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas

SAFETY COMMITTEE: Mr. Kaderly, Chair

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF NEW FRANKLIN TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH THE SUMMIT COUNTY PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE, AND DECLARING THAT THE RESOLUTION SHALL BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON PASSAGE.

 

It was moved by Mr. Kaderly and seconded by Mr. Hess to waive the three reading rule.

 

ROLL CALL: Adamson, Yes. Hess, Yes. Jones, Yes. Kaderly, Yes.

Kalapodis, Yes. Parsons, Yes. Stock, Yes.

 

It was moved by Mr. Kaderly and seconded by Mr. Hess to approve Resolution 11-R-39.

 

ROLL CALL: Adamson, Yes. Hess, Yes. Jones, Yes. Kaderly, Yes.

Kalapodis, Yes. Parsons, Yes Stock, Yes.

 

6-B RESOLUTION NO.: 11-R-40 SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas

FINANCE: Mr. Hess, Chair

A RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE AMOUNTS AND RATES AS DETERMINED BY THE BUDGET COMMISSION AND AUTHORIZING THE NECESSARY TAX LEVIES AND CERTIFYING THEM TO THE COUNTY FISCAL OFFICER, AND DECLARING THAT THE RESOLUTION SHALL BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON PASSAGE.

 

Mr. Hess requested more time and time was granted.

 

6-C RESOLUTION NO.: 11-R-41 SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas

FINANCE: Mr. Hess, Chair

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE TRANSFER OF FUNDS FROM THE GENERAL FUND TO THE 6101 FRANKLIN CIVIC CENTER FUND AND INCREASING APPROPRIATIONS WITHIN THE 2011 BUDGET AND DECLARING THAT THIS RESOLUTION SHALL BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON PASSAGE.

 

It was moved by Mr. Hess and seconded by Mr. Kaderly to waive the three reading rule.

 

ROLL CALL: Adamson, Yes. Hess, Yes. Jones, Yes. Kaderly, Yes.

Kalapodis, Yes. Parsons, Yes. Stock, Yes.

 

It was moved by Mr. Hess and seconded by Mr. Kaderly to approve Resolution 11-R-41.

 

ROLL CALL: Adamson, Yes. Hess, Yes. Jones, Yes. Kaderly, Yes.

Kalapodis, Yes. Parsons, Yes Stock, Yes.

 

6-D RESOLUTION NO.: 11-R-42 SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas

STREETS & DRAINAGE: Mr. Stock, Chair

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO APPLY FOR FEDERAL SURFACE TRANSPORTATION (STP) OR CONGESTION MITIGATION/AIR QUALITY (CMAQ) OR TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM (TEP) FUNDS PROGRAMMED BY THE AKRON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSPORTATION STUDY (AMATS) FOR THE RESURFACING OF CLEVELAND-MASSILLON ROAD FROM THE SOUTH CORPORATION LINE TO THE NORTH CORPORATION LINE, AND DECLARING THAT THIS RESOLUTION SHALL BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON PASSAGE.

 

It was moved by Mr. Stocks and seconded by Mr. Kaderly to waive the three reading rule.

 

ROLL CALL: Adamson, Yes. Hess, Yes. Jones, Yes. Kaderly, Yes.

Kalapodis, Yes. Parsons, Yes. Stock, Yes.

 

It was moved by Mr. Adamson and seconded by Mr. Hess to approve Resolution 11-R-42.

 

ROLL CALL: Adamson, Yes. Hess, Yes. Jones, Yes. Kaderly, Yes.

Kalapodis, Yes. Parsons, Yes Stock, Yes.

 

6-E RESOLUTION NO.: 11-R-43 SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas

STREETS & DRAINAGE: Mr. Stock, Chair

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO APPLY FOR FEDERAL SURFACE TRANSPORTATION (STP) OR CONGESTION MITIGATION/AIR QUALITY (CMAQ) OR TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM (TEP) FUNDS PROGRAMMED BY THE AKRON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSPORTATION STUDY (AMATS) TO PERFORM A CORRIDOR STUDY OF EASTERN ROAD, AND DECLARING THAT THIS RESOLUTION SHALL BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON PASSAGE.

 

It was moved by Mr. Stock and seconded by Mr. Hess to waive the three reading rule.

 

ROLL CALL: Adamson, Yes. Hess, Yes. Jones, Yes. Kaderly, Yes.

Kalapodis, Yes. Parsons, Yes. Stock, Yes.

 

It was moved by Mr. Stock and seconded by Mr. Hess to approve Resolution 11-R-43.

 

ROLL CALL: Adamson, Yes. Hess, Yes. Jones, Yes. Kaderly, Yes.

Kalapodis, Yes. Parsons, Yes Stock, Yes.

 

 

 

6-F RESOLUTION NO.: 11-R-44 SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas

STREETS & DRAINAGE: Mr. Stock, Chair

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO APPLY FOR FEDERAL SURFACE TRANSPORTATION (STP) OR CONGESTION MITIGATION/AIR QUALITY (CMAQ) OR TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM (TEP) FUNDS PROGRAMMED BY THE AKRON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSPORTATION STUDY (AMATS) FOR THE RESURFACING OF SOUTH MAIN STREET FROM MT. PLEASANT ROAD TO JUST SOUTH OF CASTON ROAD, AND DECLARING THAT THIS RESOLUTION SHALL BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON PASSAGE.

 

It was moved by Mr. Stock and seconded by Mr. Hess to waive the three reading rule.

 

ROLL CALL: Adamson, Yes. Hess, Yes. Jones, Yes. Kaderly, Yes.

Kalapodis, Yes. Parsons, Yes. Stock, Yes.

 

It was moved by Mr. Adamson and seconded by Mr. Hess to approve Resolution 11-R-44.

 

ROLL CALL: Adamson, Yes. Hess, Yes. Jones, Yes. Kaderly, Yes.

Kalapodis, Yes. Parsons, Yes Stock, Yes.

 

7. SECOND READINGS

7-A RESOLUTION NO.: 11-R-38 SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas

SAFETY COMMITTEE: Mr. Kaderly, Chair

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING NEW FRANKLIN TO APPLY FOR ASSISTANCE TO FIREFIGHTERS GRANT FUNDS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE BARBERTON, COPLEY, NORTON, AND CLINTON FIRE DEPARTMENTS AND DECLARING THAT THIS RESOLUTION SHALL BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON PASSAGE.

 

Mr. Kaderly requested more time and time was granted.

 

8. THIRD READINGS - None

 

9. PENDING LEGISLATION

9-A ORDINANCE NO.: 11-O-01 Introduced: January 5, 2011

SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas (Exhibit Amended 5-4-2011)

LAWS & ORDINANCE: Mr. Adamson, Chair (Exhibit Amended 9-7-2011)

(Exhibit Amended 10-5-2011)

AN ORDINANCE TO ADOPT ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SYSTEM REGULATIONS FOR INCLUSION INTO THE NEW FRANKLIN ZONING CODE AND TO AMEND SECTION 1400.02 OF THE NEW FRANKLIN ZONING CODE TO INCORPORATE DEFINITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH THE ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SYSTEM REGULATIONS.

 

Mr. Adamson requested more time and time was granted.

 

10. MAYOR’S REPORT

The City is mourning the passing of former Police Chief, Ron Fuchs, on September 29, 2011 after being diagnosed with brain cancer. Ron dedicated his lift to law enforcement and served as Police Chief and Detective for the Franklin Township Police Department from 1982 until his retirement in 1996. Prior to that he was with the Summit County Sheriff from 1979 til 1982 and served as a U.S. Marine from 1969 to 1970. He was the second police chief after Jerry Sharock who formed the police department in 1976. Ron is the husband of Judge Patricia Cosgrove.

 

The Mayor announced some dates and times for “beggars night”.

 

October 6, 2011 at 6:30 p.m. there will be a public hearing at the City Hall regarding the development and construction of a new Dollar General Store on the corner of Manchester and Renninger Road.

 

The final draft of the intersection of Routes 93 and 619 is available for viewing. The $1.7 million project hopefully will be completed within two years.

 

Still seeking businesses to New Franklin. Council may need to consider some incentives, examples would be another Enterprise Zone, Tax Increment Financing, low interest loans.

 

Work is being done at the Tudor House with trees being trimmed, several dead trees removed. New kitchen ceiling, fresh paint outside. The Holiday Open House is scheduled for Sunday, December 4, 2011.

 

10-A FINANCIAL REPORT

Mr. Svab passed out the Financial Reports for September 2011. Mr. Svab asked for:

 

Approval of the August 2011 Financial Report. (Subject to Audit)

It was moved by Mr. Hess and seconded by Mr. Stock to approve the September 2011 Financials. (Subject to Audit)

 

ROLL CALL: Adamson, Yes. Hess, Yes. Jones, Yes. Kaderly, Yes.

Kalapodis, Yes. Parsons, Yes. Stock, Yes.

 

11. OLD BUSINESS

Mr. Adamson asked about the fall leaf drop off. The Mayor stated that there are three places around the City that accepts fall debris at no charge.

 

12. NEW BUSINESS

Mr. Stock read a letter from resident, Shawn Methany, regarding the great job the road department did on his ditch enclosure. Outstanding work by Kepler, Corley, Mays, Williams and Valatka.

 

13. PUBLIC QUESTIONS - None

 

14. EXECUTIVE SESSION - None

 

15. ADJOURNMENT

 

It was moved by Mr. Stock and seconded by Mr. Kaderly to adjourn the regular council meeting at 8:37 P.M.

 

ROLL CALL: Adamson, Yes. Hess, Yes. Jones, Yes. Kaderly, Yes.

Kalapodis, Yes. Parsons, Yes. Stock, Yes.

 

 

 

MAYOR

 

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Al Bollas

 

 

CLERK

 

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Tami Stefan

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